A small factory where workers are paid very little and work many hours in very bad conditions:
Clothes that are made and sold cheaply, so that people can buy new clothes often:
Instead of having two seasons, fast fashion gives us new variations on T-shirts and jeans every week.
The underwear we sell is about luxury, not fast fashion.
Fast Fashion’s Effect on People, The Planet, & You | Patrick Woodyard | TEDxUniversityofMississippi
8 mrt. 2017
28 apr. 2014
24 apr. 2015
‘The True Cost’ – Official Trailer
Rent or own the film today! Visit http://truecostmovie.com for more details.
The True Cost is a groundbreaking documentary film that pulls back the curtain on the untold story and asks us to consider, who really pays the price for our clothing?
Original Song ‘I Want It All’ by Natalie Taylor – Available on iTunes: http://apple.co/1DWdeBt
Director: Andrew Morgan
Producer: Michael Ross
Sound Mix & Design: Michael Flowe
Composer: Duncan Blickenstaff
Exec. Producers: Livia Firth & Lucy Siegle
Vincent Vittorio & Christopher L. Harvey
Untold in association with Life Is My Movie Entertainment
14 jun. 2016
6 mei 2021
22 jun. 2021
14 feb. 2011
24 apr. 2018
26 aug. 2013
3 TEARS IN THE FABRIC (RANA PLAZA DOCUMENTARY 2014)
27 apr. 2015
5 The True Cost: Who Pays the Real Price for YOUR Clothes | Investigative Documentary
7 feb. 2021
16 jun. 2013
28 apr. 2014
30 nov. 2016
When people in the West throw their clothes away, their cast-offs often go on a journey east, across the oceans, to India’s industrial interior. From the Kutch District of western India to the northern city of Panipat, garment recyclers turn into yarn the huge bales of clothes that come from people and places distinctly strange. With little exposure to Western culture other than the Discovery Channel, the garment recyclers rely on their imagination and the rumours that travel with the cast-offs to create an an intriguing perspective on the West.
Director: Meghna Gupta
9 Fast Fashion’s Effect on People, The Planet, & You | Patrick Woodyard | TEDxUniversityofMississippi
8 mrt. 2017
22 mei 2016
3 nov. 2016
No one wants to support child, forced or sweatshop labour. Yet, how many of us actually know how and where our clothing is made? Let’s use our buying power and our voices to change the direction the fashion and clothing industry is taking the world, and help end exploitation.
Trisha was born in and spent the first sixteen years of her life in India. As a little girl, Trisha was always burdened by the stark differences in living standards between the ‘rich’ and ‘poor’ and the ill treatment of the most vulnerable in society. This burden only grew as she became more aware of the world and its many problems until finally, she decided to leave India in search of answers. Armed with the desire to understand the world and the determination to develop the knowledge and skills needed to be a part of the solution, she came to Australia in 2004. Trisha is passionate about culture, education, freedom and equality. She is also passionate about finding smart, inclusive, culturally sensitive and sustainable answers to big issues such as gender inequality, poverty, education and exploitation. It was in pursuit of these goals that she began studying Economics at James Cook University, a decision that continually challenges her and broadens her mind.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
29 apr. 2020
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24 okt. 2016
29 nov. 2018
2 aug. 2019
27 nov. 2018
– LEED Gold Certified Factory in Comilla
– One of the global centers of apparel production.
– Warehousing and service to manufacturers
7 jul. 2016
Consumers are not aware enough about the negative impact of sustainability within the fashion sector. It will become clear that the fashion industry needs a systematic change. Consumers are the key driver for this development. The presentation gives overall solutions and guidelines how each person can contribute to this change.
Strähle is a full-professor for International Fashion Management at Reutlingen University in Germany. Professor Jochen Strähle is an international fashion management specialist trained at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (G), Universidade de Coimbra (PT), and the University of London/Paris (UK/F). He holds a Master and a Ph.D. in Business Administration/ Intercultural Management.
20 jan. 2018
10 nov. 2017
25 mei 2015
15 jan. 2014
19 jan. 2018
16 dec. 2020
3 mrt. 2020
6 jan. 2019
10 okt. 2021
7 feb. 2022